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It’s hard to believe, but Hugh Jackman has been playing the character of Wolverine for nearly two decades — and he probably looks better now than he did when the whole thing started. But all good things must come to an end.
It seems Hugh Jackman is indeed in X-Men: Apocalypse, and we learned about it from a very unlikely place.
Looks like the third Wolverine movie may be based on a fan-fave, and very popular, comic-book storyline.
Here's why Hugh Jackman's long reign as Wolverine is coming to an end.
If you've always dreamed of getting your very own set of fully functioning Wolverine claws (minus all that pesky adamantium skeleton graft stuff), now's your chance.
Although nothing has been made official yet, it looks like two beloved mutants may show up in Bryan Singer's next X-flick.
Hugh Jackman has been flirting with calling it quits for years, but now the most famous member of the X-Men has put an end date on his tenure as Wolverine.
Hugh Jackman gently lets his fans know that he's saying goodbye to the role.
Matthew Vaughn was deep in development on X-Men: Days of Future Past before departing to make Kingsman: Secret Service. Turns out his version of X-Men would’ve looked a whole lot different.
Outside of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Chris Claremont has arguably had the biggest impact on X-Men in the history of the franchise. So, what does he make of the comic’s film counterparts?